anonymous
  • anonymous
What grows inside the structure pictured below? A. Gametophytes B. Flagellated sperm C. Sporophytes D. Anthers
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It was B. Flagellated sperm
anonymous
  • anonymous
Flagellated, @ZhangYan? I sincerely doubt that.

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Lime
  • Lime
Sporophytes are diploid plants; responsible for spore production. All pines, flowering plants, herbs, shrubs, climbers, trees, etc. are the sporophytic generation of those species. The spores germinate on the pine cone scales.
mayankdevnani
  • mayankdevnani
@ashleybcd option c is correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you guys just guessing or do you have anything to back up your chosen answer(s)? I can think of arguments for why both A and C might be technically correct, and it really boils down to what goes on in the plant's life cycle.

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